Special Awards In Pictures

In its 27th year, encouraging pastors, the Phil Waldrep Ministry decided to hike up the prize in their pastor's encouragement from a night in a hotel room to a brand new 2017 Toyota Camry.

Little did they know that a long time refugee church planter, pastor and human rights activist from Liberia would be attending for his very first time and that he would become the first ever winner of the grand prize." “As refugees, we have a story to tell to this nation and the world-An untold story that is neither covered by the media nor supported by the American Church,” Pastor Torli Krua announced to the cheering crowd of pastors.
"While God has a purpose for every refugee who literally passes from 'death unto life', and arrives on America's shores, the United States of America is not the final destination for the refugees God is bringing to this country. There are some folks in the church who are ignorant of two facts: First, it's God that brings refugees to America. Second, America isn't a refugee's final destination. These two facts can influence both sides of America's refugee debate,” Pastor Krua said.
Krua is also co-director of Greater Boston Refugee Ministry, (GBRM), a ministry of the Emmanuel Gospel Center. "GBRM engages churches and refugees in mutually transformative relationships by building bridges between the church and nations at our doorstep."
Pastor Krua, who was recently awarded a two year fellowship in the Boston Foundation's first ever "Neighborhood Fellowship" believes the 2017 Toyota Camry could not have come at a better time for his mission to send refugees back.
"There could never have been a better time to promote the idea of refugees returning to their native countries and our "One Person, One Dollar-One Church, One Computer" sustainability campaign to bring knowledge, civic education and entrepreneurial opportunities to corrupt, broken, post-conflict and war ravaged communities like Liberia and Sierra Leone. We are partnering with Family Independence Initiative and the Pachamama Alliance in helping returning refugees design and rebuild sustainable communities themselves,” he added.

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